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The engaging process as a means to achieve socio-ecological transition

Abstract : The objective of the present paper is to propose a TI theoretical and methodological framework encapsulated in the sciences of communication and information. This framework is applied to the case of water management by enlarging the concept of public utilities to that of a collective management of the water cycle in a large agglomeration. The methodology is based on several steps that are going to be tested in a research project under vetting procedure. The prominent steps are: - Establishing an exhaustive list of stakeholders - Understanding stakeholders' interests and professional problems - Designing experimental web 2.0-based cooperative devices - Giving impulsion to the stakeholders' engagement - Evaluating the overall effectiveness The conclusion will question the conditions of generalization of that experiment.
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Philippe Dumas, Daphné Duvernay. The engaging process as a means to achieve socio-ecological transition. 9th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Enti, Strasbourg 2010, Nov 2010, Strasbourg, France. pp.1-10. ⟨halshs-00642990⟩



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